One of the more popular stalls in Chinatown Complex Market, it is a great choice for simple local fare. They offer fried bee hoon, chee cheong fun and the yam cake. A cheap and filling breakfast
The distinctive feature about this porridge is that they cook the grains until it has all but dissolved. Lots of people actually rave about this porridge and even they even got 6 chopsticks from Makansutra which is full marks
Another great stall located at maxwell. Excellent roast duck, the right kind of soft-but-crispy. The duck rice is a good, filling portion and reasonable pricing. Stall opens at noon.
Reminisce the good old days with our old fashioned OPEH leaf Hokkien Mee, Char Kuay Teow and many more local delicacies.
This hawker is a rather new on the block, having started at Maxwell Food Centre. Similarly to most white bee hoon stalls found in hawker centres, the stall offers customers a choice between various types of seafood.
Mr Wong Liang Tai, the former chef of famous chicken rice stall Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice in Maxwell Road, starts his own venture that is two stalls away from his former employer of 20 years.
Xing Xing Ondeh Ondeh serves delicious and affordable Nonya/Peranakan and Malay/Indonesian treats which are perfect for a quick bite. Come and try their soft and chewy Tapioca Cake and Ondeh Ondeh!
Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry, a typical old shophouse presented in the most traditional manner and unpretentious way, not the environment and setting to attract you but the it is their old-school Nonya kueh or pastries that entice your tastebuds.*Closed On Monday. *Min Order of 5pcs.
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I stumbled upon Yong Kee Chicken Rice one day when I was exploring Hong Lim Food Centre and decided to try it out. Tender and soft, chicken meat is a tad oily but rice has a fragrance and cooked perfectly. They specialize only in ‘Roast’ chicken meat, closing pretty early once stocks finish.
This stall is famous because its owners had returned from a 15 year stay in Sydney where their restaurant was voted Sydney’s top 10 by the Sydney Morning Herald. *Please kindly state the Doneness in the remarks *Closed on Thursday.*Last order by 10.30am
It’s been over 3 decades in the hawker trade for the Wees: his parents earned their keep as kopisock baristas, before Mr Wee and his two sisters took over and restarted as Johnson Western Food. Each recipe is their own unique creation, perfected over the years. Favourites include the crispy Chicken Cutlet and Mixed Grill.